Distributor EOS Australia reports that Hanwha Techwin has acquired UL Certification (Standard 2900-1) for the 13 models of WISENET 7 4K and 6MP range along with the new WISENET X PLUS PTZs.

Hanwha Techwin Wisenet7 is a system on a chip developed by Hanwha Techwin that powers new Wisenet7 cameras, including XNB-9002/8002, XND-9082RV/8082RV, XND-9082RF/8082RF, XNV-9082R/8082R, XNO-9082R/8082R, that offer up to 4K resolutions.

The SoC incorporates extreme WDR technology that reduces noise which occurs during the WDR imaging process. Advanced noise reduction technology of Wisenet7 uses different filters for moving and still areas within a camera’s field of view. According to EOS, this minimizes motion blur and improves edge and colour definition of objects, making them easier to identify when viewing live video and during forensic review.

Hanwha Techwin’s security policies, including Secure Boot, Secure OS, Secure Storage, and Secure Open Platform ensure product cybersecurity at each step of the way. The new cameras can be integrated with Wisenet WAVE 4.1, a Video Management Software (VMS).

Wisenet X Plus features loitering, direction, motion, tampering and fog detection, digital auto tracking, sound classification, heat-mapping, people counting and queue management.

UL is a globally recognised third-party non-profit organisation that has been testing and approving products for consumer safety since 1894. UL 2900 is a series of standards developed as part of UL’s Cybersecurity Assurance Program for assessing product weaknesses, vulnerabilities, and security risks controls. Click here for more information.